News and Press Releases
FSA-Level Industry Loss Estimates Released for Fort McMurray Wildfire and May 201...
Catastrophe Indices & Quantification Inc. (CatIQ) today released its first insurance industry loss estimates at the level of Canada Post Forward Sortation Areas (FSAs), for the Fort McMurray Wildfire and the May 2018 Southern Ontario and Quebec Windstorm.
Registration for the Fourth Annual Canadian Catastrophe (CAT) Conference Opens To...
Significant flooding, damaging winds, and ice storms have made for widespread community impacts and large insured losses across Canada in the first half of 2018. For example, May’s windstorm became the costliest event in Ontario since the 2013 Toronto floods. With this summer’s “CAT” season only at the mid-point, 2018 has the potential for catastrophic losses for many stakeholders.
CatIQ Launches Insurance Industry Exposure Database for Canada, Developed in Part...
Catastrophe Indices & Quantification Inc. (CatIQ) marks a milestone today by launching Canada’s first ever insurance Industry Exposure Database (IED), developed with the support of the Canadian P&C industry and in partnership with Zurich-based PERILS AG.
100 Catastrophes from 2008-2018 Cost the Canadian Insurance Industry C$17.4 Billi...
April marked the month that Canada exceeded 100 catastrophes over the span of a decade. The top four costliest events occurred in the latter half of the decade, all of which had eye-opening impacts on the Canadian insurance industry.
Registration Now Open for CatIQ’s Canadian Catastrophe Conference (C4 2018)
Toronto (October 19, 2017) – With the help of the CatIQ′s Canadian Catastrophe Conference (C4) expert Senior Advisory Committee, CatIQ announced that registration is now open for C4 2018. The three day event will provide attendees with a content driven platform to foster collaboration before, during and after catastrophic events. Jim Abraham, Director, Canadian Climate […]
CatIQ Announces Agreement with Aon Impact Forecasting
CatIQ and Aon Impact Forecasting have entered into an agreement whereby Aon Impact Forecasting’s Canadian flood footprints will be made available as a layer on CatIQ’s CatHUB module for the benefit of CatIQ’s users effective immediately.